A few weeks ago I had an empty pot sink. A few plants were added. All documented on these pages…
I’ve filled in a few of the gaps now. It’s not art. Its not garden design. But it has been fun, and I hope it will develop into something quite eye-catching over the summer.
Meet the new arrivals:
In other areas, I’ve still got tulips, and there are lots of hazy forget-me-nots!
The first tulips are out. More are on the way. At last, there is some progress in the garden.
Most exciting of all, two of the Himalayan blue poppies I bought last year have returned. I’m really looking forward to seeing them bloom. Fingers crossed!
The garden needs some colour. So many of my plants are just not quite ready to bloom. So I bought some pansies. Always reliable. Always colourful. Always fun!
My favourite flowers.
I love all the colours in these.
Back (way back) in 2014, I planted a rose. It was the subject of my very first blog post. You can read more about it in Archives, if you so wish!
This is what it looked like then:
It took a long time, but eventually it started to produce flowers:
It grew and grew. After all, it is a climber.
Disaster struck last autumn when a gale tore it from the wall:
When calmer weather returned, I cut back the branches, which were far too long and heavy for the wire netting that had previously supported them.
Now back in place, the rose has been pruned quite hard. I checked what Monty Don had to say about it first, of course!
Now, let’s wait and see….